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NCMM congratulates Dr. Lopez-Aviles, who will join the Department of Biosciences (IBV), UiO, in December 2021.
Dr. Marieke Kuijjer, head of the Computational Biology and Systems Medicine Group at NCMM, describes how she collaborates both nationally and internationally, and how it helps to drive her research.
The Lundbeck Foundation has featured the work of DANDRITE's Yonehara group and their recently published paper in the journal Neuron. The findings were revealed with the help of a “homing” virus, and it is believed that the technique can also be used to study other mammalian senses.
Virtual DANDRITE Lecture by Mehran Ahmadlou, Postdoctoral Researcher at Sonja Hofer’s Lab, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, University College London, UK.
The lecture takes place online via Zoom at 10:00 (Danish Time).
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In this webinar, we will feature the FinnGen study, an ambitious public-private research project aiming to produce and analyze genome data on 500.000…
This year's DANDRITE Retreat will be a 2-day event taking place from 30 September - 1 October.
The genetic makeup of an individual contributes to susceptibility and response to viral infection. While environmental, clinical and social factors play a role in exposure to SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 disease severity1,2, host genetics may also be important.
COVID-19 is a complex disease targeting many organs. Previous studies highlight COVID-19 as a probable risk factor for acute cardiovascular complications. We aimed to quantify the risk of acute myocardial infarction and ischaemic stroke associated with COVID-19 by analysing all COVID-19 cases in Sweden.
Fresh uncultured tumor-derived epithelial cells (FUTCs) are amenable for drug testing.
Profiling of lung tumor and matched normal cells identifies cancer-selective treatments
NSCLC FUTCs with targetable drivers expose genotype-matched responses or non-responses. The FUTC approach can guide personalized therapy in compassionate patient care